Something else from the archives, in the same area as I've shown you in the last couple of days. This marsh can be found along the corridor, very close to the Lake Of Two Rivers campground. This is a summer shot, and it's peaceful- an odd thing, since the campgrounds here and at nearby Mew Lake are busiest in the peak of the summer.
You were lucky then William, to catch this scene looking so quiet and reflective.ReplyDelete
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Love it, so pretty.ReplyDelete
Marshes, must be the day for them your blog is the second I have come across on them. Looks very nice thereReplyDelete
The photo the beauty of the place is very well taken.ReplyDelete
It looks like a beautiful spot to chill out.ReplyDelete
Another tranquil place, you lucky guy :-)ReplyDelete
Great shot with wonderful colours.ReplyDelete
I've just been looking at the surroundings with Google Maps, must be a beautiful region.
@Grace: lucky indeed!ReplyDelete
@Cloudia: it is.
@Whisk: I thought so.
@Bill: sometimes I notice several similar photo subjects in photoblogs in a given day.
@Tomas: thank you.
@Andy: I would say so.
@Sharon: it is.
@Karl: thank you!
@Jan: it really is a beautiful area.
Boy boy, you must have spent some nice times in Algonquin!ReplyDelete
You seem to have a neverending supply of great landcape shots. Keep 'em coming!ReplyDelete
Almost a painting!ReplyDelete
Too pretty a spot to be deserted. Bet the hikers and canoers are just around the bend!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! I like the reflections in the water too.ReplyDelete
@Furry Gnome: I have!ReplyDelete
@Halcyon: fortunately I have a bunch in archives. Comes in handy.
@VP: I noticed!
@Tex: that seems to be the consensus.
@Cheryl: they could be!
@Lois: so did I.
I bet that campground fill up fast. Lovely!ReplyDelete
What a great photo William, so beautiful! I would love to have a picnic here.ReplyDelete
Oh so nice. I scrolled through the rest of the pics I missed. I love the outdoors off the beaten path. Wonderful. It's where I live away from the city. MBReplyDelete
how 'bout a swim?! ;)ReplyDelete
Another beautiful spot. And you'd never know there was a bustling campground nearby.ReplyDelete
Such a park!ReplyDelete
@Judy: the two campgrounds are very busy all summer long.
@Denise: there's a lovely stretch of a rest area nearby at Lake Of Two Rivers that's ideal for that.
@MB: the great outdoors really speaks to me!
@Tanya: a swim would be great!
@Kay: the noise doesn't seem to travel, or people are respectful not to make noise.
@RedPat: it's such a great part of the province.
It's good to know that there are still places for quiet reflection in a busy campground.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful spot!ReplyDelete
So pretty! I used to go camping and enjoyed the closeness to nature.ReplyDelete
That would make a perfect greeting card.ReplyDelete
now that is a great view & reflection too!! ( :ReplyDelete
Great minds think alike. Marshes are so important for cleaning the waters around them.ReplyDelete
There is a certain charm about marshes.ReplyDelete
This is a beautiful scene, William. The colors and the lighting and the subject matter all worked well together. Looks like fall is here.ReplyDelete
Yes, I should go canoeing!ReplyDelete
Such beautiful setting!ReplyDelete
@Meradeth: it is.
@Linda: I have too.
@Randy: thank you.
@Kate: very much so.
@Jennifer: I should too.
@Jose: very much so.